3Goals Maintain quality of life Enhance safety Increase pedestrian / bike useAdhere to City / Parish standards
4Strategies Look at the GPOA boundary in traffic districts Have balanced representation on the committeeUse the Traffic Engineering Department as a resource for feasibilityUse FutureBR as a reference for recommendations
12District 1 SolutionsLimit access from Florida Avenue to Government Street at heaviest cut-through streets (Cloud, S. Carrollton and Kenwood)Employ the use of partial closures at intersections with Florida to maintain two-way residential access while restricting through trafficInstall STOP signs and speed hump at key locations
16District 3 SolutionsThibodeaux Avenue and Finchley Avenue: one- way streets towards Jefferson Highway.Partial one way couplet with Keed Avenue and Audubon Avenue.Maintain two-way from Annabelle Avenue to Jefferson Highway to maintain access to businesses.Maintain two-way from Goodwood Blvd to Government Street to maintain access to residences on the end of the street.
17District 3 Solutions Proposed Sidewalk Proposed One Way Existing Two-Way
20Survey ResultsOver 1,700 open house invitations mailed to every resident within GPOA boundaries (this included members and non-members)Hundreds of people attended open house on 02/16/14GPOA Membership Meeting attended by hundreds of people on 03/18/14Results about the plan from both meetings86% Positive6% Neutral8% Negative
21Schedule Open House: February 16 Traffic Committee Meeting: February 20General Membership: March 18Temporary Installation: November 04Evaluation Period End: January 30 (3 Months)Permanent installation (if approved): Spring 2015